Considering that Verizon recently ditched plans for Google’s Nexus One in favor of the Droid Incredible, it shouldn’t be too surprising to hear that Sprint has decided to drop the Google phone in favor of its HTC EVO 4G. This news comes despite the recent announcement from Sprint that it would be offering the Nexus One. This move does make sense, though, as the HTC EVO 4G is a lot more powerful than the Nexus One, with the main difference to end users being the lack of Google’s branding on the phone. So does this mean that the Nexus One should slowly be phased out, and maybe pave the way for a Nexus Two? In case you needed a comparison of these devices, you can check out the comparison chart.
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